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now, doug schoen and pat caddell, also a fox news contributor and former pollster for jimmy carter. i want to start with these ohio numbers because, because there was also a poll out that said it was tied at 47, and ppp, a democratic-leaning firm, released a poll showing obama up just one point in ohio. do you believe that it's a tied race in ohio, doug? >> i do. i think the fox news poll last week had it three, and i think pat and i both believe that the momentum in the race, the clear momentum is moving to mitt romney, and ohio which is probably both a bellwether and the key to the election, has been moving slowly, but it's moved about five or six points in the last week or so, and bottom line that makes this race dead even with all the momentum in governor romney's direction. megyn: the ppp poll that showed the president up by just one in ohio apparently had a sampling, a democrat sampling advantage of 8%, and earlier it was a democratic advantage of four. so the president is showing, you know, that he's doing worse even with more democrats in the sample in the tate of ohio, pat. w
caddell, fox news contributor and former pollster for jimmy carter, and doug schoen, a fox news contributor and former pollster for bill clinton. gentleman, is the race, doug, basically tied? >>doug: i believe so. but there is a "but." that is that the movement has been to governor romney. some of the more left-wing commentators have tried to suggest that there was a blip up for president obama after the debate. according to some of the polls, he won that. but, looking at all the polls, including the state polls, we are seeing the movement to the governor is clear. >>gregg: i am glad you brought up gallup and rasmussen. here is rasmussen, with romney up by to points and look at gallup tracking poll, pat, romney is up, as of 1:00 o'clock this afternoon, romney is up plus seven points. is that gallup poll accurate? or an outliar? >> i think it is an outliar because i have a problem with the seven-day seven day rollings because you are putting in 350 interviews which is margin of error at 15 points and each day you take one out. however, obama is -- i take gallup and rasmussen and
're talking about $5 trillion over ten years. >> brown: doug, let me turn to you. mitt romney responded "i'm not looking for a $5 trillion tax cut." so what is he looking at? how does he see it? >> to get to $5 trillion the first thing you have to do is let all of the 2001-2003 tax laws sunset. go away. that's a tax increase, most of which the president wouldn't support. then you have to cut by $5 trillion. so compared to where we are now it's a much smaller reduction in tax revenue which makes it easier to fill the revenue hole and we have five studies, one from martin feldstein, one from the tax foundation, one from the american enterprise institute, we have studies that show there are plans that meet the governor's goal, cut rates 20% across the board, don't lose revenue and make sure the rich pay their fair share of taxes so it can be done. >> brown: but as to filling the hole that we're talking about" those studies -- >> they fill the hole. >> brown: but it depends on where you're at in terms of your income. >> so i think the key is there are tax plans that can fill that hole. jared c
. joining me now, doug glast brinkley, historian. doug, let's -- i want to get this out of the way. it is a remarkable thing, the piece is long, it is detailed and yet, one word the president uttered as an aside has gottens the attention. are you surprised or did you know when you wrote the piece that might be the thing that would grab folks is. >> i was surprised. when it first came out, the associated press and "the washington post" focused on president talking about the supreme court and affordable care yesterday. even yesterday that hit the blog and had its day of infamy and seems to be repeating today. >> now i want to talk about -- i like the day of infamy. some of the other stuff that's in there. and one of the things i was struck by in the interview is, the level -- i don't want to say it's distaste barack obama has of mitt romney but he's dismissive saying this is a guy who doesn't believe what he says. could you get that from the interview? did the tone and his willingness to say that as bluntly as he said it surprise you? >> the oval office interview took place for 45 mi
think the americans to be a bit more courageous with the government. [applause], >> doug brinkley, has risen book is this "cronkite." one word. if you have to discuss what toot i in america, how would you do w it in 20 words orar less? >> 20 words or less, most trusted man in america became his word.sure to b os was great pressure to be m called the most trusted man, bua he carried our country through things like mercury and gemini m and apollo missions had their heyday. he was the voice of the civil rights movement to the vietnam war, watergate, nixon'spers recognition. he was the person who brought menachem begin in and were sar h that together come which led to the camp david peace accord. so some of broadcast journalism, the big three are edward murrow, walter cronkite and mold thomasd >> how did he get to be thatwire guy? >> he was a good wire serviceteu reporter. the wire service for the uniteds press county had two condenser a stories. you are given about a thousand so words in your camp at a lot of adverbs and adjectives in it, sl he learned howy to write a unknowingly, though
area have left food inspectors a difficult task keeping the public save. doug sovern is heading up the latest investigation called watching what you eat. the ratio of these inspectors in the restaurants is crazy. >> reporter: we looked at three counties, san francisco, santa clara and alameda counties. 36,000 restaurants in the counties and only 100 inspectors. think about that. hundreds of restaurants each and for the food trucks there are even more food trucks than a year or two ago 350 food trucks per county. they have one inspector in each county to check all these food trucks. >> so it's impossible really to go to every restaurant and key an eye on it. >> it's not impossible. but it's difficult. they said, we went out in the field with them. they are overwhelmed, understaffed, begging for help. each has to cover hundreds of restaurants a year. they will inspect them once or twice a year. it's difficult to keep up. >> there's been some restaurants here in the city prominent ones that have been shut down for a number of reasons. >> they have closed nine restaurants in san franci
. >> the candidates made it clear they have different visions for america's role around the world. doug luzader is life from washington with more. >> these two have the same goal in mind come september 6th -- november 6th. the president hoping to get momentum back. for people watching at home the split screen may have told the whole story the president no longer looking down as we saw through out a good portion of the first debate. instead he was looking directly at mitt romney at moments even looked like a glare. the president arguing our image in the world has improved. >> the world needs a strong america and it is stronger now than when i came into office. was wended the war in iraq we were able to refocus our attention not only on the terror threat but beginning the process in afghanistan. it allows us to refocus on alliances relationships that have been neglected for a decade. governor romney our alliances have never been stronger. >>> while the focus was on foreign policy discussions about china iran and libya mitt romney made a pivot to the weak economy. >> in order to be able to fulfill
-- presidential debate tonight. doug schoen, former advisor to president clinton is here. tell us what is really going on. doug, you are the polling expert. who is winning right now? >> i think it is a type. the momentum is with governor romney. connell: who would win tonight? >> it would be pretty darn close. it would only be a guess. this is as close, translate, to a statistical tie that you will ever see. connell: some people say foreign policy, people are not as tuned into that as the domestic economy. any little move or mistake could matter. >> first of all, it is like a seventh game of the world series. every pitch from the first inning is so crucial because it is so close. tonight debate is foreign policy and national security. defense spending and defense cuts. if they talk about that, that could sway votes all across the country. connell: if you are romney, bring it back home. >> if you are romney, do not make a mistake that could hurt you for the last two weeks. no mistakes. you want to pass that threshold for an hour and a half. i am a reasonable commander and chief. he will have a go
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revoked all of his powers as a police officer right now. >> as promised bob and doug, some 80's outside. >> from the belfort furre weather center, it is still 80 degrees right now in the city and it will stay monday through the evening hours, as well -- it will stay muggy. it will be muggy for a day or so much cooler by the weekend. 81 in frederick, 85 in fredericksburg. temperatures dropping into the 70's. we will have more, coming up in just a few minutes aliso >> tonight the first presidential debate 2012 starts in just a few hours, and we are joined from the site of the debate in denver. hi. >> tonight's debate focuses on domestic issues, including the economy. 90 minutes. it is a high-stakes showdown. tonight, president obama and mitt romney finally stepped in to the same -- step into the same ring, the president preparing for tough questions about the struggling economy and why he deserves a second term. analysts say the focus -- >> i think the president is all about his mannerisms and style at this point. he cannot come across as irritable or impatient. >> the mitt romney's camp
speaker. >>> supervisors and the public, my name is doug malar, public investigator of crimes against children covered up by law enforcement. i'm addressing the issue of domestic violence which we all are for, but also the fact that lieutenant colonel mike aquino lives here in the city is involved in human trafficking and sacrifices. he's been exposed in eight states by over eight of had i victims. the bottom line is [speaker not understood] i gave to district attorney [speaker not understood] august 3rd, this year. and it says, we are coming to expose you for covering up this murder of kevin [speaker not understood]. and p.s., as san francisco police department and now d.a.. now, we're going to give you each a copy of this update, but this is addressed to sheriff mirkarimi dated today. here is the ammo you need to go after d.a. gaskon for his protection of aquino torture and murders. please call me. i want to add to that stating that as chief of police, he stopped the investigation by deputy chief of police chin, shinn, who he put out to pasture instead of investigating the murders t
terror attack. doug laders i washington. >>> the state department last night dropped a bombshell saying they never thought what happened at the compound in libya was part of a spontaneous protest. theionnt whe e seeing is a white house. protd i mmm.ationsirst s snss not clear what if anything she was basing that on. the state department said it wasn't them. according to one official that was not our conclusion. iscosssdyor intoday. >> the thought that it was caused by a video never wouldn't stood scrutiny. i think the hearing will be damaging thiouenth is the fbi investigation continues. >>> looking at the attacks the reason for people in congress being mindful of theact there's ongoing investigation foenvestigation. >>> beyond all that there will be questions about the security at the compound and whether there were warning signs that should have prompted the state depament bfingpecit il th h bonfencal about this last night. they did not invite fox to be a part of that with other members of theedia something the state department later apologized for. royarat i toe aok ahos another talk
. megyn: doug schoen is a former adviser for president clinton and pat caddell for president carter. >> this comes from the top. they regroup the obama campaign after the debate, a disastrous debate by all polls and all accounts and they decide they had to go back to a narrative which has worked, the most virulent attacks on governor romney, attack him as a felon, criminal, murderer, it worked. they were ahead while he were doing it. they have 29 days left. the bottom line, it worked then, call him a liar and it will get the president-elected. megyn: he has been attacked as a possible felon by the obama campaign and priorities u.s.a. as a murderer responsible for the death of a man's wife. and it was a lie. is this an effective campaign strategy? tight worked in the past because romney hasn't been on the stage. the problem is 70 million americans saw a debate. they could see for 90 minutes and make a judgment about governor romney and the president and they made a judgment. let me tell you the other problem the president's campaign has. this is coming from the top, which is this dis
's where malarkey came in. doug mcelway is live in washington. we have our own fact checkers. i would never use that word on any of your reports. >> so i can state for the record i didn't do the fact checking, that would be malarkey. it was our brain room that did the fact checking from last night. last night's debate focused heavily on entitlements prompting paul ryan to attack obamacare for costing harm to seniors who use medicare advantage. >> 7.4 million seniors are projected to lose the medicare advantage coverage they have, that is a $3,200 medicare cut. >> true or you false? it is true. they wrote, quote, we estimate in 2017 when the medicare advantage provisions will be fully phased in enrollment in medicare advantage plans will be lower by about 50% from it's projected level of 14.8 million under the prior law to 7.4 million under the new law. all right. moving along now. another statement to fact check from paul ryan regarding this often repeated romney campaign contention that obamacare takes $716 billion away from medicare. listen up. >> obama care takes $716 billion from medica
maker that got some 250 million tax dollars is filing for bankruptcy. and doug mcelway has more for us from washington on this. >> reporter: the name of the company is a123, a waltham, massachusetts outfit that specializes in lithium ion batteries. it built three plants in 2010 to take advantage of the state's huge tax breaks for battery manufacturers. vice president joe biden hailed the $249 million tax grant to the company. he said with recovery act projects like this we are starting to turn the page on a decade of failed economic policies, end quote. president obama phoned the company at a 2010 celebration. >> i am calling to congratulate a123 systems on this tremendous milestone. as you said thanks to the recovery act, you guys are the first american factory to start high volume production of advanced vehicle batteries. i met with david and some of the a123 team here in the white house back in april, and it's incredibly exciting to see ho*uf you guys have come since we announced these grants just over a year ago. >> reporter: despite hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer supp
the affects of the healthcare law. doug abg elway live i abg mcelway live in washington with more on this. >> reporter: quite a contention by issa that this demonstration project is being used to buy the election. here is why issa believes that. the obama administration and hhs through $8.35 billion into this medicare advantage demonstration project. that money has the os sentencible affect of postponing the first round of cuts to medicare advantage that obamacare would impose. is it really a demonstration project? it's costing more than the combined 85 previous demonstration projects before it. in effect propping up medicare advantage, issa contends, so seniors won't see the cuts coming to it. keep in mind that a center piece of the romney campaign is that obamacare imposes $716 billion in cuts to medicare. >> what's important about this is the money they are taking, they are taking out of nowhere. this is not appropriated money, this is money that bypasses congress and just allows secretary sebelius, by calling this what she is calling this to spend $8.3 billion to basically buy an elec
the house over site committee will hold a hearing on the benghazi terror attack. doug luzader is live in washington. >>> the state department last night dropped a bombshell saying they never thought what happened at the compound in libya was part of a spontaneous protest. the investigation is continuing. what we are seeing is a white house. the united nations first protested an anti muslim film. chris stevens is not clear what if anything she was basing that on. the state department said it wasn't them. according to one official that was not our conclusion. h this as congress gets ready for hearings today. >> the thought that it was caused by a video never wouldn't stood scrutiny. i think the hearing will be damaging damaging. >> the white house denies there was a cover up. this and the fbi investigation continues. >>> looking at the attacks the reason for people in congress being mindful of the fact there's ongoing investigation and not reveal anything that might compromise our law enforcement investigation. >>> beyond all that there will be questions about the security at the compou
in that. back to you guys. >> doug luzader live in washington. thank you. >>> the president's foreign policy is what newt gingrich is talking about this morning. taking a harsh stance against the president about how he is handling the attacks on the libyan consulate and the approach on radical islam. >> what is there about barack obama's psychology that makes it so difficult for him to deal with the reality of extremism? why is it always the west's fault? why is it always somebody in america's fault? why is he always apologizing for islamic extremists? i think this is a very serious question about the whole nature of his approach to that part of the world. second, this has been consistent from the united nations ambassadors going on 5 different shows telling the american people a false hood on the sunday after the attack to vice president biden on the national debate who repeatedly misleading the american people to the president last night misleading the american people. the larger question you have a president of the united states who is commander-in-chief will not be honest with him
perhaps. because of the promise of no sequestration got a rude awakening this morning. doug mckelway tells us that is not what the president meant i apparently. >> across the board cuts to take effect on january 2 and it happened when president said this. >> first, this is not something that i propose. this is something that congress proposed and won't happen. >> david plouffe walked it back telling reporters sequestration should not happen. the shift of the not so subtle acknowledgment that the threat of sequestration is a bargaining ship that they may use to get republicans in distasteful tax increases in the lame duck session. in virginia, where one out of four adults works at defense or government job threatened by sequestration, defense contractor william hobson fears the impact. >> that is the biggest problem is the uncertainty. >> northern virginia has largely been cushioned from the effect of the recession. if sequestration happens that will change. >> they are coming in virginia subject to sequestration. >> economist fuller says virginia could lose 200,000 jobs and one reason that
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reported earlier by the news director of wbgo-fm, doug doyle, which is seen throughout the broadcast. here's the rules throughout the debate. each candidate will have 90 seconds for an opening and closing statement in a show of 60 seconds to answer questions from our panel. then move onto the next question. there is a timing light here to keep us on schedule. it is my job to try and force that. the audience has promised once again to make my job a bit easier and show proper respect to the candidates by holding their applause until we have this broadcast. it conducted during the conversation during the broadcast come you can follow us on twitter using the hash tag and jay debate. let's begin. we tossed a coin. senator kyrillos goes first. kyrillos: mike, thank you very much and to njtv and montclair state for this debate. you know, i love this country. i love america. all of us are blessed to call america home. i am a product of the american dream. my grand parents came to this country and later my father and they lived a great american dream life. i grew up, i went to school, i became a st
. doug mckelway is live at the white house with more on this. doug, we actually had a reporter from new hampshire this week say he really saw happen in the state of new hampshire. democrats really focusing on social issues. how is this turn working for the obama campaign? >> reporter: well, jenna, face it, the number one issue facing americans is the economy, but that is an issue upon which the president is very, very vulnerable. that is the reason, many analysts say, that the obama campaign is now turning to these social issues, and key among them, of course, is the so-called war on women. a linchpin of the so of called war on women is the right to abortion. it's one of the reasons that at that campaign rally at george may john university in suburban virginia, he has chosen to introduce him cecile richards of planned parenthood, and it is no coincidence she is also being featured in a new web ad released by the campaign today. here's a little bit of that. >> since day one president obama has stood with women. the very first bill he signed was the lily ledbetter fair pay act allowing us
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for 2013 once again. that's the big concern. we spoke with the ceo, doug observ observ observ observer hom. when you start looking at what's happening in the rest of -- in europe, that's the biggest concern. he does say that europe -- the u.s. is going to be okay. china is going to be okay. europe is still the big problem zone. and he pointed out that if we go over the fiscal cliff, well, then all bets are off. so we're hoping for some sort of solution to that. in the meantime, it's wait and see for the election, wait and see for the january fiscal cliff, as well. >> all right. becky quick, thank you much. >>> next, from iran to libya, to cuba, taking a deep dive into the foreign policy plate. "the daily rundown" will be back in 30 seconds. >>> now a deep divinto the foreign affairs challenges. we begin with iran. the white house this weekend denied reports that the u.s. has agreed to engage in one-on-one nuclear talks. this issue could galvanize republicans, as well as jewish voters fearful of the fallout from israel. the jewish voters are a key constituency here in florida. for them, thi
agree with caterpillar ceo that it's rhetoric around china? >> well, doug is a great partner of ours and we work together very closely. i do agree with what he says. this opportunity that our country and the opportunity has to benefit from global growth and it's being led by china now is critically important. i understand the need to deal with china so that free trade is also fair trade but i think it's really important that we find ways to work together to deal with the issues that we're facing. >> what do you think in terms of the economics? the landscape right now. i know this has been an engine of growth for your business and engine of growth for the world. we know there's a slowdown. what do you see on the ground from business today? >> there's a slowdown. chinese government took steps last year to reign in inflation and that appears to be having the desired effect. china continues to consume copper in infrastructure projects and they're taking steps to stimulate their economy and we're successful in replacing our copper concentrates and other products into china and we're very
can. megyn: joining me now, doug schoen, former advisor to president bill clinton, pat cad dale, -- pat caddel, former vice sore to president jimmy carter. both co-hosts on fox news channel, sunday at -- >> 5:30 p.m. megyn: what is really going on here? this got started with vice president joe biden's comments at the debate saying we didn't know the folks at in libya were requesting for security and it spiraled from there. what is really happening, doug? >> we have 25 days to go until the election the obama administration is trying to foist off blame and responsibility, whether it be now the state department, before it was the intelligence community. they're using what i call the sergeant schultz defense, i know nothing. that is what they're trying to do. vice president biden said we didn't know. they have spun that into the white house, not the administration. and bottom line, they're trying to get through the next three weeks plus. megyn: in the mind of the voter does it make any difference whether hillary clinton knew and barack obama didn't, or is it just the administration
of dollars related to bear stearns. and doug braunstein will address his own resignation forthcoming. a successor has yet to be named. that's what's on on tap for jpmorgan. we' send it back to you in london. >> let's get more from larry mcdonald. all the focus will be on jpmorgan. what do you think the market's expectation is here? >> the financials are dramatically outperforming. so a lot's been baked in the cake and you're right, the net interest margin side as well as the outlook for the fiscal cliff, those are the big negatives. and it's very telling that in the last 48 hour, you had jamie dimon and mr. blankfein very public about the impact of the fiscal cliff and i think that's what really holds all the cards. >> so think they're on a pr mission here to educate people or draw attention to this issue because they're worried about the impact it will have on their business. >> absolutely. they're brilliant men and it for jamie dimon to mention a war room and for mr. blankfein to host that event and articulating -- the convexity is phenomenal. if they were to work out a deal and so
not think the romney camp has figured on a way to get behind that yet. host: doug in boston, massachusetts is a democrat. caller: romney seems enthusiastic about going into iran with the israelis, however is a war crime without a chapter 7 resolution. george bush was recently advised not to travel to switzerland because of the laws of jurisdiction. guest: it would be an interesting question to hear responses from. i would point out it is not always a violation of international law to invade or attack a company without a chapter 7 resolution. there is the universal right of self-defense, but i remind the caller that if one country in invades the other, while that might not be legal, the country that is fighting back is not in violation of anything. host: matthew lee, you recently wrote a piece, "why it matters to israel to tell -- why it matters -- israel." how was this playing out. guest: i think mitt romney will try to expand on the idea that he brought up in the last debate, that president obama has tried to put distance between the united states and israel. it is indisputable that there
details. >> thanks, andrew. doug bronstein, cfo for two years, he came in 2010 is stepping down from the cfo role. he will stay with the bank, one action is to go to investment banking role. previously he had run their investment barvnking practice. lot of people think of him as an m&a guy. he's the latest to be associated with the wales situation. last week we learned about the retirement of barry zubrow, he had gone to a more senior role in recent years, another who had oversight and living and the cio, ina drew, resigned in the immediate aftermath of the $5.8 billion loss. you see a situation where jamie dimon has survived, been apologetic, up front "it was the dumbest thing i was ever associated with" et cetera, et cetera and gently having these people resign or move into different roles. it's almost, and tell me if you agree, a goldman sachs style way of dealing with things. obviously if someone has a huge blunder on their exact job they gotta go. other than that it's a slow and gradual and very civil kind of peeling off. >> he's not throwing people off the plank immediately. i
magazine and historian doug brinkly he thinks governor romney is a "bser" but he's keeping it clean on the trail. >> he's hoping that you come down with a case of what we call romnesia. >> reporter: and picking up his pace. >> just got to keep on keeping on. until every single person out there who needs to vote is going to go vote. >> reporter: hopscotching from florida to virginia, hometown chicago and ohio. strategies are three. one, turnout the early vote. which their ground operation can move and measure. this new memo from chicago says they think they're winning in firewall, ohio. >> it's up to the young people here to choose the future that you believe in, that you want to see. >> reporter: boost turnout among voting groups already leaning to the president, youth, latinos, union workers. three, woo undecided women including with this new ad. >> and it would be my preference that they reverse row v. wade. >> hopefully reverse row v. wade. >> reporter: and as for that endorsement from general powell, the president said he was grateful and appreciative of it. he had no advance no
to invest, they will invest and jobs will be created. host: doug from oregon, democrat's line. good morning. caller: my question is somehow they misplaced the eight years george bush was in office and seem to disregard everything that happened during that point like it never happened, it all began under the obama administration. and it just astound me how the -- their whole platform is based on george bush's policies and this 12 million job creation, again, smoke and mirror. they use this every time they run. george bush ran under he's going to lower taxes, he's going to create jobs. the tea party said they would create jobs and it seems like the same rhetoric over and over and over again. guest: great question, doug. i'm a republican who has been critical of the bush presidency. we funded things like no child left behind, we created prescription drug programs and didn't pay for them and that wasn't helpful and frankly the american people held the republican party accountable for it and threw them out of office so republicans are focused on creating jobs, growing the economy and we're not f
to build on his momentum coming out of that first debate. doug mcelway live in washington with a preview. >> reporter: good afternoon. the thinking is the president really needs to make a stronger case for his second term after what is regarded as a poor performance during the first presidential debate. with numerous polls showing the race is a dead heat and the momentum shifting to the romney-ryan ticket the president needs to make a strong showing tomorrow night but that is harder to do in a town hall format, where undecided voters picked the gallop organization ask the questions. if it is too aggressive it can be off putting to the questioners and viewers. david objection he elro axelrod will be aggressive in making the case for where the country should go. >> we saw governor romney sort of walk away from his own proposals, and certainly the president is going to be willing to challenge him on it, as we saw the vice president challenge paul ryan. >> reporter: but that is going to work both ways. look for governor romney to challenge the president on the administration's shifting respo
doug says about the defense spending. the sequester i don't think that you were in the room for that as far as i can tell and a was an interesting story to tell and as someone could go back and just do a google's search for the number of republican leaders that stood up for the sequestered. no one thinks it should come into effect. it was never supposed to come into effect and quite frankly the vice presidential candidate congressman ryan supported this and the budget control and the cuts are so devastating that he would also agree the fiscal strength is probably important abroad as well and economic strength, and i don't know how an additional $2 trillion in spending on defense that is on paid for with of the additional assets that you are talking about that no one in the pentagon has asked for except for perhaps the four advisers that do not serve on the campaign. the amazing things to take a number and then build it, a builder can pan around it instead of designing a strategy of which you build the defense philosophy around that. >> first on iran, mr. romney actually beli
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